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  • Ruffed Grouse Society CEO to Speak at Williamsport Sportsmen’s Banquet

    Ruffed Grouse Society CEO to Speak at Williamsport Sportsmen’s Banquet0

    The Susquehanna River Valley Chapter of the Ruffed Grouse Society will hold its third annual Conservation & Sportsmen’s Banquet Saturday, Feb. 9, at the Genetti Hotel, 200 W. 4th St., Williamsport. The featured speaker for the evening will be Ruffed Grouse Society President & CEO, Dr. Benjamin C. Jones. He will discuss some of the

  • Hurry Up and Wait0

    • Arts
    • February 6, 2019

    My youngest kids are high school seniors, which, by extension, means that my husband and I have been tasked with the thankless job of hauling them hither and yon over the past two years so that they might ultimately find a college campus that “speaks to them.” Needless to say, we’ve spent countless hours on

  • Strengthening Families Program 10-14 Helps Protect Children And Increase Parenting Skills0

    Parents and families today face an increasing and more complex variety of problems and meeting these challenges can be quite daunting. There is a program that can help meet these challenges that is called “Strengthening Families Program 10-14.” SFP is a parent, youth, and family skills-building curriculum designed to: * Strengthen parenting skills * Build

  • Interesting to Amazing What did you say?0

    I must preface this by saying I am far from perfect, and no better than anyone else. But, try as I might, I’ve “blown my stack” at times when I get overly frustrated with something. For many years now, I afterward apologize. What I want to address is the constant decline of what’s spoken in

  • The Roving Sportsman… Hunters Are Not Poachers0

    On May 30, 2014, Satao, one of the world’s largest African elephants was killed by a poisoned arrow shot by a poacher. Satao was known as a tusker because his tusks, which weighed over 100 pounds, were so long that they almost touched the ground. Today, the killing of elephants, our largest land animal, continues

  • The Fox3

    In 1982, I was first introduced to firearms, specifically a Fox Model B 16 gauge double barrel, with ventilated rib. This was given to me on my 11th birthday by my Grandmother Kline, along with a small wooden gun cabinet made by my grandfather and his old hunting knife. The year prior my “Pappy Kline”

  • Getting Organized at Work0

    Tidying up and getting organized at home can be a very daunting task as you sort through possessions and rearrange storage. Of course, with all that labor comes the reward of a clean home. You can keep the organization ball roll by getting back on track at work. Everyone has different professional/organizational challenges. Whether it’s

  • When to Stop for School Buses

    When to Stop for School Buses0

    There have been too many tragic stories in the news lately about children getting hit by vehicles when getting on or off a school bus, including a deadly incident in Pennsylvania in which a 7-year-old boy was struck by a hit and run driver. The child was a second-grade student in the Tyrone Area School

  • Webb Weekly’s ‘Uncle Ron’s Monster Buck Contest’ Winner is Haley Mamma of Jersey Shore

    Webb Weekly’s ‘Uncle Ron’s Monster Buck Contest’ Winner is Haley Mamma of Jersey Shore0

    Haley Mumma, a 14-year-old young lady from Jersey Shore, has succeeded in taking top honors for the highest scoring buck rack in the annual Uncle Ron’s Monster Buck Contest. Haley topped the list of over 60 entries in our big buck contest that’s been going on for about eight years now. Last year another teenage

  • This Week’s LION: The Private Public Servant – Tom Marino0

    Tom Marino, U.S. Representative of the 12th Congressional District of Pennsylvania, officially resigned from Congress on January 23, 2019. His formal press release did not explain this action, although in a later statement he commented that he was taking a job in the public sector. Given the current political climate, I can say with full

  • Preparation, Time Key to Safe Winter Travel0

    Cold weather comes with winters in Pennsylvania. It’s important to remember that a little preparation and allowing for extra time can go a long way to keep you safe when traveling this winter. Severe weather can be both frightening and dangerous for drivers. When it comes to safely traveling in any type of winter weather

  • Susquehanna Valley Shutterbugs Annual “Unrestricted” Photography Show and Reception February 8, 20190

    The Susquehanna Valley Shutterbugs have set the opening night reception for their 25th Annual “Unrestricted” Photography Show for Friday, February 8, 2019, at the Thomas Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society in Williamsport from 6 to 9 p.m. The public is invited to come and vote for their favorite photographs while enjoying wine,

  • Ice Fishing has Finally Arrived

    Ice Fishing has Finally Arrived0

    I know a lot of people aren’t excited about the cold temperatures, but the “walk on water” gang has welcomed the arrival of winter and the ice-covered lakes. Judging from the 75 plus ice-fishermen prying the depths with jigging rods and tip-ups where I was located; this past weekend was the grand opening of the

  • Competitive Cheerleading Continues to Grow at Williamsport as Team Excels0

    When head coach Stephanie Corter started to put the Williamsport Competitive Cheerleading team together three years ago, something happened for the first time since she started coaching. She looked down at her list of participants and saw the name Nick Stevens on her roster. It was the first time she had ever encountered a male

  • Good Guys Do Finish First0

    It is amazing what is accomplished in the world of sports from folks that call the West Branch Valley home. It just seems to get better and better with each passing season. I can guarantee you there’s no place in the world there has ever been a head basketball coach record their 1,000th win and

  • Coin Flipping0

    What a most memorable week we just experienced last week! Two of our area’s true sports icons both achieved monumental recognition in their respective sports. Montoursville’s Mike Mussina culminated a six-year climb up the Baseball Hall of Fame voting ladder and received the ultimate call that he has been elected to be enshrined in Cooperstown

  • More Than 90 Hall of Famers Have Appeared In Williamsport Either As Active Players Or Visitors0

    The recent election of Montoursville’s Mike Mussina to the National Baseball Hall of Fame has lifted him to the stratosphere of baseball immortality. The Williamsport area is no stranger to playing host to baseball immortals, over the past 140 years Williamsport has hosted 92 members of the Baseball Hall of Fame as either active players

  • The Roving Sportsman… Seeking Sheds0

    I have been receiving more reports of sportsmen finding recently shed antlers. It seems that the bucks are dropping antlers a bit earlier than normal for some reason. While we seem to be in the throes of winter, there are the occasional warmer days that entice us to spend some time outdoors – doing something

  • Why a Bat?0

    As many of my readers probably already know I am also a wildlife artist and illustrator. As a wildlife artist, I have painted and sketched quite a variety of critters like our commonly seen deer, turkeys, bears, and songbirds. My wildlife art has taken me to some interesting, maybe even strange places like black bear

  • County Hall Corner: Help With Housing You Can Bank On0

    There are three essential needs in life — food, clothing, and shelter. Those with limited financial resources often must seek others for help to supply these necessities. Lycoming County has several thrift stores in the area with quite a variety of clothing items, and the food banks in each of the local communities dispense vitally


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